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The Homeschool Dangermare Jacket features a clean style with technical attributes that were made with riding the Northwest's wet and heavy snow in mind. The Dangermare's Continuum 2.5 layer laminate, fully taped seams, and all-natural Cocona Xcelerator technology all team up to keep you dry and keep air flowing. Whether you're split-boarding up backcountry steeps or making laps inbounds, the Dangermare is ready to answer the call.

  • Continuum 2.5 layer laminate provides a high level of protection from moisture with superior breathability
  • Xcelerator technology attaches a layer of Cocona fabric to the laminate to move moisture vapor and body heat through natural active particles
  • Darth (Wind) Hater Hood puts up shields on the side of your face to block wind like never before
  • Fully taped seams put unwanted moisture in a sleeper hold
  • HSS Engineered Fit provides a classic fit that's built with comfort in mind, however you choose to layer
  • Dual entry lower pockets allow for convenient accessibility and storage with a billowed design for enhanced volume
  • Low profile adjustable cuff seals out snow
  • Jacket-to-pant interface allows for a snow-resistant seal with corresponding pieces

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Little big

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs large

I've had this jacket now for over a year and it still looks brand new. Mostly use it for snowboarding but also just for going out and about. It's not extremely warm by itself, but as long as you stay active it's plenty warm. I would say I've used it mostly in the 10-20 degrees range with a sweater underneath and have never had an issue with being too cold. Very breathable as well. My only real complaint is it seems to run fairly large - although this is the only snowboarding jacket I've owned so maybe that's just normal. I'm 6' and about 195 lbs and a medium is still a little looser than I would like. I tried a large initially and that was way too big, so I'm fairly sure a small would not suffice...

Will this jacket be warm enough to wear...

Will this jacket be warm enough to wear in a Chicago winter? I'm thinking for winter bike commuting.

Should be, yeah. It's not a ton of insulation but it is windproof, so it should be plenty warm.


Everything you need nothing you don't.

    This jacket is super rad. They aren't lying when they say this thing is breathable. I have spent hours hiking and building kickers in this thing and have remained totally dry. It has lots of pockets but each one seems to have a good purpose. There are none of those "What the heck am I gonna do with this?" type of pockets.

    6'0" 180lbs and the large fit a little baggy but the medium was a little short. So i am rocking the Large.


    Great jacket

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Never heard of Homeschool before trying this jacket on. Won't be surprised if they start blowing up soon. This jacket kicks serious ass: super waterproof weather in rain or heavy snow, and breathable when it's bluebird. Very lightweight and plenty of room for layering. I couple mine with a down midlayer and cotton tee and the setup keeps me warm down to around 15 degrees. Really like the pocket setup, plenty of room to stash all the extras. Love the design on the wrist cinches. The collar is really high, and though it's kind of a funky look, I couldn't be more pumped...wind and snow be damned! Hood is plenty roomy and the overall look of the jacket is really solid. I have it in black and it's not splashed with logos and BS extras. Just a good, solid jacket.

    5'9" and the medium size is right on point.

    Powder skirt fits a bit high on the waist but performs decent.


    Super techy and super awesome

      This jacket fits me perfect! Got it in a medium and am 5'9, 200lbs (34in waist, 40in chest, short arms), sleave length, jacket length and width are perfect. Its not baggy, but fits my base/mid layers and isn't tight at all.
      Pros: SUPER breathable, keeps me bone dry, elastic velcro cuffs, hood fits OVER helmet, pass holder, pow-skirt, completely non-restricting no matter how ridiculous the grab, dries fast for multiday use, looks awesome.
      Cons: media pocket is on the OUTSIDE of the jacket meaning if its cold, your battery will die fast. no zippered pocket on the inside, no wrist gaiters.

      For the price you will not get a better jacket. There is no insulation but thats the point of a shell, get a good mid/base layer and you're set. The jacket has seen 10+ days of serious abuse of heavy snow and scraping in the trees and still looks like new.

      Id like to see this come with wrist gaiters, a ZIPPER to integrate the pow skirt (like volcom and burton) but other than that its a killer jacket.



      • Gender:Male
      • Familiarity:I've used it several times

      Good construction. Nice fit - comfortable but not too baggy. Breathes well and keeps you dry. Like it more than my Goretex gear. Definitely will consider Homeschool products again.


      Awesome Jacket!

        I got this jacket for my last snowboarding trip, and I'm very happy I did! This jacket is the tits! I ate it a few times, but I remained dry the entire trip. Just as a heads up though, this jacket doesn't really have any insulation, so its good to wear layers under it if its cold out.


        Not impressed

          The jacket said that it was fully insulated yet is barely a shell. The outer layer is flimsy and does not feel durable at all. Very disappointed with the jacket.

          Whoa! Hold up this is an amazing durable jacket and coco technology that is "flimsy" not crunchy like gore tex shells are in cold conditions. 60g insulation not 600fil layer up chuz or go back to that bugaboo you've been rocking since 95'


          Good jacket, lying description

            First of all this jacket has 0 insulation, don't believe that the cocona is "insulation technology." Its a shell jacket and there's also no wrist gaiters. There is also only 1 inside pocket, not 2, idk why companies lie about this but the hand pockets are double pockets each which is legit. It's not krinkly like other shell jackets and it's waterproof.


            Homeschool Dangermare Misty

            • Gender:Male

            Just a heads up, while its a greate jacket, the Misty color is a little off in the picture. It's more of a powder blue, very very light blue. I'm 5 foot 8 and the medium fits me right.

            Does this have wrist gaiters?

            Does this have wrist gaiters?



              Nice jacket but the Earth color looks purple in the dark. Front Pockets are shaped funny as well. I had to return this jacket for a different one all together

              Unanswered Question

              The drift inner pocket, has it got a velcro...

              The drift inner pocket, has it got a velcro seal with the ability to put headphones through it?


              awesome outerwear from a rad company

                Homeschool's quality is unmatched, and their attention to detail is very on point. Their Cacona tech creates the ideal combination of waterproofness and breathability.

                awesome outerwear from a rad company

                All around jacket

                  This jacket is the definition of versatile. It has a great style/fit, and has the ability to keep you warm and dry in numerous situations. I wear it not only when I snowboard, but on those cold rainy beach days too. Its my first pick when I choose to do some winter steelheading on the upper northwest rivers. Clean design, that will help you get where you need to go..even if its just to the bar on a rainy night.



                    So far this jacket has been perfect. Lightweight, good fit, clean look and superior breathability. For the colder days I recommend using their base and mid layers...the Trifecta!

                    The drift inner pocket, has it got a velcro seal with the ability to put headphones through it?



                    A method is a tweaked melon grab. It is also a way of doing things. In this photo the rider prefers to use the methods he learned from Homeschool Snowboarding with the use of the Dangermare Jacket!

                    Photo courtesy of Meghan Kirk